Maritime History of the Great Lakes

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  • The Steamer EUROPA, at Montreal, after being brought down the rapids.
        Launched in 1854, the steamboat EUROPA, was sold in Chancery and taken down the rapids of the Saint Lawrence to operate between Montreal and Quebec. She was broken up in 1867. Used to illustrate Ivan S. Brookes, Hamilton Harbor, 1826-1901.
      Launched in 1854, the steamboat EUROPA, was sold in Chancery and taken ...
  • The Steamer Europa
        "The Steamer Europa"
      "The Steamer Europa"
  • Europa (Steamboat), collision, 1 Oct 1856
        Reason: collision Lives: nil ...
      Reason: collision Lives: nil ...
  • Europa (Steamboat), sunk, 1 Apr 1858
        Reason: sunk Lives: nil Remarks: Raised ...
      Reason: sunk Lives: nil Remarks: Raised ...
  • Europa (Steamboat), aground, 21 Jun 1855
        Reason: aground Lives: nil Remarks: Got off ...
      Reason: aground Lives: nil Remarks: Got off ...
  • The Marine Railway and Ship Yard
    St. Lawrence Republican, 4 Dec 1855     The Marine Railway and Ship Yard ___ Having but few opportunities to stroll about town ourselves, and supposing a large majority of our citizens are similarly situated, it is not improbable that much is going on in many localities in our immediate vicinity, unknown to the ...
    St. Lawrence Republican, 4 Dec 1855   The Marine Railway and Ship Yard ___ Having but few opportunities to ...
  • H. N. Throop
        H.N. Throop was born at Pultneyville, November 10, 1807. (1). His parents, Samuel and Ruth Throop, were among the first settlers of the place, having removed from the town of Farmington, in the original county of Ontario, to the locality named Pultneyville, in the year 1806. Both parents were ...
      H.N. Throop was born at Pultneyville, November 10, 1807. (1). His parents, ...
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